FreedomVOICE Systems will now receive help from Telecentrex, a provider of hosted telecommunications services for small business, in showcasing FreedomIQ, a business-class VoIP hosted PBX (News
) service, at the 2008 Internet Telephony Conference and EXPO, held Sept. 16-18, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Unlike most VoIP hosted PBX providers in the market today, the FreedomIQ partner opportunity offers a multi-tiered, residual commission structure. Telecom installers who are currently looking to add a VoIP solution to their portfolio will be particularly attracted by the partner opportunity. This opportunity will also be appealing to those not satisfied with their current VoIP provider.
To both small businesses and telecom professionals, Telecentrex has partnered with FreedomVOICE Systems to help market FreedomIQ. Combining traditional PBX features with high-definition voice quality and VoIP pricing into one package, FreedomIQ is among the well-known business-class hosted telephone service in the market today.
When compared to its competitors, FreedomIQ offers many advantages, such as cutting-edge voice quality and its compensation plan for its partners. To safeguard the high-definition sound quality offered through its service, FreedomIQ utilizes proprietary technology. Also, the partner program offers a continuous stream of revenue through their hassle-free billing and support services.
To learn more about FreedomIQ, interested parties can contact 800-494-4641, or visit their website at NoHasslePBX.com, or stop by ITEXPO (News
) West 2008, booth #634.
“This year's Internet Telephony Conference and Expo will be a great venue to showcase FreedomIQ's powerful features, cutting-edge voice technology and the opportunity it represents to telecom professionals selling VoIP products in the marketplace,” says Tim Paulino, co-founder and CEO of Telecentrex. “It's the world's largest IP communications conference and attracts telecom professionals from all over the country, most of which are looking for new and innovative services like FreedomIQ to offer their clients.”
Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Eve Sullivan